Charts, maps and data-driven journalism from The Economist data team
Half of secondary schools in sub-Saharan Africa do not have power
Estonians are nearly six times as likely to die from drug overdoses as their European counterparts
Since 2013 the number of Africans without electricity has only fallen from 610m to 595m. Progress has been painfully slow
Britain is set to go to the polls for the third time in less than five years on December 12th. Who is ahead?
In 2015, Italy spent 76% more on fixing old roads than it did on building new ones—the highest ratio in the OECD